Man ‘racially abused York nightclub staff’

Kuda on Clifford Street. Photograph © Google Street View
11 Jan 2016 @ 10.55 am
| Crime
Kuda on Clifford Street. Photograph © Google Street View
Kuda on Clifford Street. Photograph © Google Street View

Update 1.15pm: Following publication of our story a man phoned YorkMix to claim he was the person in the picture.

The man, who did not want his details disclosed, said he had contacted York police and would cooperate with their inquiries.

The police told us they will be talking to him in due course.

From 10.55am

This is the man police want to talk to about an incident of racial abuse outside a York nightclub.

At about 3am on Saturday, November 21, a man caused a disturbance in Kuda in Clifford Street, by behaving aggressively towards other club-goers.

He was ejected by door staff but attempted to re-enter the premises, while racially abusing the door staff who prevented him from doing so.

Despite extensive police enquiries, the man involved has not yet been identified.

Have you seen him?

The suspect is…

about 5ft 10ins tall
of skinny build
in his early twenties
with short cropped hair.

He was wearing

a light grey T-shirt with a large white Adidas symbol and white stripes around the sleeves.

Police would like to speak to the man pictured on CCTV, as he may have important information that could assist the investigation into the incident.

north-yorkshire-police-logo-25How to help the police

Call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2, and ask for PC Hanneke Hart
Or Crimestoppers 0800 555 111
Email PC Hart here
Quote reference number 12150206683